That leaves something to ponder over, why place four cameras on a single piece? Well a little look into the camera specs might reveal the reason.
The rear-facing cameras both have 13-megapixel sensors. One is color while the other is monochromatic, I once told myself that the world is seeking for ways to make people more convenient with less stress through technology and this might be one of the ways which it does so, think about it, you can easily switch to the monochromatic camera and save yourself the stress of editing photos. The other front-facing camera is eight megapixels, and the second is five megapixels.
Pricing and availability of the Alcatel Flash phone are unknown at the moment but we do know it runs Android Marshmallow (boo), has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, and is powered by the Helio X20 processor. We've seen a phone with four cameras, what next do mobile tech giants have up their sleeves? The iPhone had a rear facing dual camera system and even the Oppo F3 and the LG V10 had dual front facing cameras but they were never like the Flash phone from Alcatel with a wooping 4 camera system. The big question still remains, what next?
By Danson Bassey
✅ Will Uvoh